It looks so good! My youngest daughter (age 26) has scoliosis that has progressed now to the point that she is in constant pain. The doctors have finally made a referral to a scoliosis center for evaluation for surgery. Once she gets "all fixed up" the first thing she wants to do is make this brownie. She is unable to lift up the pan right now.
I really see no reason it can't be cooked in a cake pan. If the iron skillet gets hotter, just monitor the time with a toothpick or spaghetti in the center for doneness. I pray your daughter gets "all fixed up" asap. Back pain of any kind is debilitating. Hugs for her.
I wasn't finished. I started comment below and on my phone. The pad is so small I touched the submit by accident.
As I was saying, I'm glad you tried out the recipe and liked it. Your icing looks so pretty. I didn't mix my pecans, in the one I posted, because Nora can pick them off better. I don't know why she doesn't want them in the icing. She eats pecans and peanuts by their self all the time.
Now you have a reason to use that skillet MIL left you!-lol
Hmmm...I'm trying to "downsize" my cooking in my senior yrs, but the cake brought me out of that 'retirement'...yours looked soooo good. Yes, I will make this again--so quick and easy!
Looks great and taste even better. I'm glad you tried out the recipe
Ooooh! Lookin good up there in Tenn. Send some down to Alabam please/Lillian
It is good Lillian, your DH would love it!
Looks good enough to eat! I'm hungry, where do you live?
Come on down to Tennessee, but it may be all gone by the time you get here!
Sounds and looks delicious!!!! I use my cast iron skillet quite frequently, can't beat how foods brown in one of those old babies.
Is good--had a piece for breakfast--it's going fast!
Mmmm, I had never heard of baking a cake in an iron skillet, but I like this idea.
I believe the pineapple upsidedown cake is often done in iron skillet, but I don't care for that one.